Whirlwind Missions

Friday, June 17, 2022

Grandgirls! HOT! Office! Mercury! 6.17.22

Tim A. Cummins @ 6:59 pm  

I have a friend of mine who is super into ultra-marathons. He’s been dealing with plantar fasciitis. Sent him this article.


From Plays Well With Others by Eric Barker. I talk about this with the Grandgirls all the time, although I say, “Tired, Hungry or Have a booboo.”


Love my girls!

Been looking for a bike with this size rims. I’m thinking about taking the rims from it and putting it on another of Penelope’s bikes.

Moana breakfast for the girls. We had pizza for lunch.

Watered some of the liriope. It’s been very dry. Supposed to rain this evening. Maybe. The showers are heavy but extremely localized.

Cleaned and refilled all the bird baths and feeders.

It’s been so HOT! I kept the girls in almost all day long. It’s just too much. It’s going to be a rough week next week with the team in town.

At around 3 PM.

The girls and I went over to Shallowford Arms to talk with Tiffany who is the manager. I’ll be having the teams at her two properties next week as well as Azalea and New Peachtree.

Went by my office to check the mail.

We went to Goodwill to look for a bike, but didn’t find any that Penelope liked. Everly found a couple of small toys, but Penelope didn’t. So we went to Dollar Tree to get her a couple of things.

I got some art project things for next week.

Over the last few days, I smelled something that seemed like solvent. Couldn’t figure out where it was coming from. Today it got much worse. It started making me feel dizzy and gave Penelope and me a headache.

I drove with the windows down all the way home (HOT!) because it was making me feel so bad. I ran the AC again just before I got home so my mechanics could smell it. They definitely did! I was beginning to think it was my imagination, but I’d been overwhelmed by fumes once when I was painting Ashley’s room. I knew the smell and how it made me feel.

The guys figured out that it was a vent from the gas tank that must have been stuck open.

I left the car there. Too dangerous to drive. I’m still not feeling right two hours later. Fortunately, the girls are just fine. I’ve got a fan blowing on me so I’m going to be fine.